It's amazing how quickly Nicolas Ghesquiere has changed the aesthetic at Louis Vuitton. It's one thing to come in to a globally recognized brand after the decade-and-a-half tenure of a legend like Marc Jacobs and put together your own collection with your own quirks; it's quite another to do that in a way that the industry buys into whole-heartedly, as it seems to with Ghesquiere's Vuitton.
Ghesquiere has already established the core of his handbag line, and that's mainly what you'll find in these lookbook images of Louis Vuitton Pre-Fall 2015, alongside a couple of 70s-style refreshes on the iconic Alma. The bags are good in the way that Ghesquiere has been good all along--they're casual and true to the brand, but they feel nothing at all like what came before them during the Jacobs era.
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